March is now known for Asia Week in New York. It has become an annual event that is eagerly anticipated by collectors, dealers, museums and auctions houses. As always, Asian Art Newspaper covers the main events happening during the week in our print and digital issues.
Elsewhere in the issue …
- Michael Young visits the Beijing studio of Cao Fei, film-maker. The Sanli Tu, an ancient Chinese design book explored in New York.
- Olivia Sand interviews the Korean artist Do-Ho Suh.
- Christian Art in Asia and an exhibition of crosses at Westminster Abbey in London.
- The Silk Road.
- Martin Lorber explores Masters and Students of the Utagawa School in Oberlin, Ohio.
- Tomb treasures from the Han dynasty opened in February at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.
- Other exhibition reviews include - Chinese taste on show in Kansas City. Phulkari in Philadelphia and Chinese contemporary art in Dallas.
- Gallery shows in London and New York – Kazuo Shiraga, Agus Suwage, and a five Korean artists.
- We look at what’s coming up at Sotheby’s Hong Kong auction and our regular Islamic Arts Diary.